Migration Agent Benefits
A registered migration agent is bound by the regulations set out by the Migration Agents Registration Authority (MARA) in its Code of Conduct. The Code is intended to regulate the conduct of Australian migration agents and details the professional and ethical standards which they must adhere to.
If you are applying for an Australian visa then it makes sense to work with a Registered Agent because:
- Agents have completed a comprehensive course in Australia Immigration Law, have passed a character test and must adhere to the Code of Conduct;
- Agents must maintain their registration annually and attend professional development seminars. Such training grants an agent points and each agent must accrue given point levels to re-registrar. This is not required of unregistered agents;
- Agents must have up-to-date access to the Migration Act and Migration Regulations. Knowledge of these complicated documents is essential in addressing the requirements for each different visa;
- Agents have the experience to the delays that occur through lack of understanding of migration law. By partnering with such an agent, you maximise your chance of gaining your visa in the first time.
Applying for a visa can be a daunting and complex process. With a registered agent providing guidance and professional support, you can rest easy knowing that your visa will have the best possible chance of success.
The highly skilled and experienced migration professionals at Immigration Experts Australia have managed hundreds of successful visa applications for clients from all over the world. This often involves complex cases where health or character concerns may impact an application. It’s important to understand that an experienced agent will best advise on the the steps needed in order to submit the strongest possible application.
We also represent clients at the Administrative Appeals Tribunal after a visa cancellation or refusal.
Contact us today and we can discuss how our professional and dedicated team can help you take the first step towards your Australian visa or citizenship.